By Scott Lively & Kevin Abrams

“He (Adolph Hitler) was the central figure around which a number of men grouped themselves, from the 1920’s onwards, in a movement to gain control of the German people. As the movement developed they were aided and abetted and supported financially as well as politically by the industrial capitalists of the Rhineland; but the initiative did not come from the latter. It came from Hitler as the condottiere of a band of evil men who were united by a common vice.”
— Samuel Igra, Germany’s National Vice, 1945

387 Pages. Paperback